This 1-minute, 48-second video taken on April 6, 2010 shows the first test flight of the X-48C Blended-Wing Body.
The sub-scale X-48C blended wing body technology demonstrator began a new flight test phase in a partnership between NASA's Dryden (now Armstrong) Flight Research Center and The Boeing Company's Phantom Works research and technology division. The remotely operated aircraft lifted off Rogers Dry Lake at Edwards Air Force Base, CA, on its first test flight Aug. 7, 2012. The craft has been modified into a lower-noise configuration, with two higher-thrust turbojets in place of the original three, an extended rear deck, and its vertical tails moved from their prior wingtip location to just outboard of the engine exhaust ducts.
To learn more about the X-48C visit: https://www.nasa.gov/centers/armstrong/news/FactSheets/FS-090-DFRC.html